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Good News to Gikomba Traders as the Government Reveals What it Will do to Traders

RonnyMuga 06/25/2020

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Gikomba market in Nairobi which is one of the busy markets in the country which has been facing a lot of problems because of the fire outbreaks that are being witnessed in the market almost every year.

There was yet another fire outbreak and many properties were lost because of the fire. It is still not very clear what could have caused the fire or who could have caused it. Some sources indicated that there are some people who are linked to the fire outbreaks that are frequently being witnessed in the market.

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The PS of Interior honorable Kibicho visited the market earlier today and said that the government will compensate all the traders who lost their items because of the fire incident. The Daily Nation also reported that the government will begin investigations on the matter and those who are responsible for the fire outbreak will have to face the law.

This is indeed good news to the traders of the market because they will get the opportunity to get some compensation for the loss that they have gotten because of the fire. The compensation will really help the traders to get back to their feet owing to the fact that many people are facing a very hard time economically because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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The assurance of honorable Kibicho is also good news to the traders in the market because it shows that the government is determined to bring justice to the Gikomba traders by arresting all those who are responsible for the fire outbreak in the market.

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AbdallahAymanAhmed · 06/28/2020
That is a fake assurance..how do you expect something from a government that doesn't care about people during this worst case of corona

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